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Asked a question 7 months ago

Going through the more famous studies in Behavioral Economics like that of Kahneman & Tversky, I can't help but notice that they are concentrated on the micro level. I was wondering are there any studies which talk about the behavioral application at a macro level, if at all that is feasible or practical? It would be even better if it focused on macro level public policy but I'm open to anything!

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